Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th May 2010 19:14 UTC, submitted by RJay75
Apple While I was too young to experience its heyday, I have heard a lot of people wax lyrically about Apple's HyperCard. Even Steve Jobs himself said, earlier this year, that he'd love for a HyperCard-like environment to come to the iPhone, but that someone would have to build it. Well, someone did indeed build it, called it revMobile, but Apple has rejected 'it' from the App Store (i.e., applications developed using revMobile) because it violates section 3.3.1 of the iPhone SDK agreement. The team behind Unity, however, are luckier: Unity games are still being accepted into the App Store, and as such, they're not worried.
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RE[3]: Comment by Shannara
by fgrasset on Wed 19th May 2010 03:55 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by Shannara"
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Protecting users ? Against what ?

http://alain.shadows.free.fr/inthepocket/PageC000.htm

386 Apps, published by only one developper. All done in Objective-C, sure thing.

Is that the quality Steve was talking about ?

hey, I was not aware that apps exists... kudos to Alain Fernandes for producing so many different (well sort of) games ;) !
but in what way did you think that are bad apps that should be kept away from user?
There are no offending content, and normally it does not harm the idevice...
Anyway it seams that the apps store is well done (from your criteria) as I never see these apps...

Imagine how it could be with lots of flash-based apps ;) ...

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